Paul Brewbaker

Anthony Quintano/Wikimedia Commons

The number of tourists coming to Hawai'i has grown in the past three decades, but their spending in real dollars has remained the same. While visitors make up the state's major industry, their presence adds to the wear and tear on the roads, parks and trails, and there's often no charge for their use. 

 

BIA Housing Summit: "Still Houseless in Hawai'i"

Nov 14, 2017
Wayne Yoshioka

The Building Industry Association of Hawai’i sponsored its 3rd Summit titled, “Still Houseless in Hawai’i.” HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.

Hawaii Superferry

It’s been nearly a decade since the Superferry made its inaugural voyage to Kahului, Maui.   And, the feasibility of another interisland ferry came up during the Hawai’i Economic Association annual conference last week. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.

The Conversation: Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Apr 6, 2016
Tina Yuen

Global Media Ethics; HTY's Latest Production; Property Taxes and Home Values in Hawaii

Global Media Ethics: Carol Burnett Lecturer, Stephen Ward